The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, in partnership with the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, iAffairs Canada, and Carleton’s Faculty of Public Affairs hosted a one day event evaluating the Trudeau government’s foreign policy agenda during its first 100 days. The event took place on February 1. Students, academics, policy-makers, and members of the public reflected upon the government’s current agenda and future commitments in key areas including refugees, climate change, youth, defence and security, and trade and development.
If you missed the event, watch the full coverage with the links to CPAC below.
Trudeau’s Foreign Policy: Future Commitments
Trudeau’s Foreign Policy: Development and Trade
Trudeau’s Foreign Policy: Climate Change and Environment
Trudeau’s Foreign Policy: Security Issues
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